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'Aviateur Blériot' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 125-799
most recent 17 FEB 21 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 17 FEB 21 by Deborah Matthews
Can anyone please help identify a rose that is climbing on an arbor at the Ladies Garden, Old Parliament House Gardens in Canberra, Australia. Various old plans indicate possibly Adelaide d'Orleans or Alberric Barbier, Patricia Routley suggests it could be Aviateur Bleriot. We would appreciate feed back on what it is. Unfortunately, it is not currently flowering, however, we capture a bloom photo in November (Spring) last year.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 17 FEB 21 by Patricia Routley
Take some foliage over to the Alberic Barbier at Site No. HRG 157, K11. Ladies Garden. ‘Alberic Barbier’s foliage is so distinctive and will help you eliminate, or confirm this possibility, even without a bloom.
Discussion id : 62-442
most recent 5 JAN 16 SHOW ALL
Initial post 4 MAR 12 by bruno fayet
Ce rosier recouvre une partie de mon abris de jardin, il ne fleurie qu'une seule fois fin juin mais c'est un enchantement , ma cabane se couvre d'un nuage de petites roses chiffonnées qui s'ouvrent jaune abricots puis passe au blanc.

En revanche , les fleurs fanent pas très bien...
Reply #1 of 1 posted 5 JAN 16 by Rose_Insanity
This rose covers a portion of my garden sheds. It flowers only once in late June but is enchanting: my cabin becomes covered in a cloud of small crumpled roses that open yellow-apricot and then change to white.

On the other hand, the flowers do not age/fade very well
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